Bob's pigeons are ever so clever. He's trained them to fly back to him however far they go. With the voices of George Layton and John Telfer Music by BENNI LEES
Written by MICHAEL COLE Designed by ALAN ROGERS Animated by PETER LANG
Produced by DAVID YATES (R)
The Cornhill Insurance
England v Pakistan from Edgbaston Final day
Introduced by TONY LEWIS
Commentator RICHIE BENAUD
RAY ILLINGWORTH Summarisers
TED DEXTER. ROBIN JACKMAN Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS
BBCtv cameras cover four races on the opening day of one of racing's most enjoyable weeks of the year at Britain's most picturesque racecourse.
2.30 The Paul Masson Stakes (Handicap. Old Mile)
3.0 The Oak Tree Stakes (7f)
3.35 The William Hill
Stewards Cup (H'cap. 6f)
The season's most valuable sprint handicap - as wide open as ever. Introduced by JULIAN WILSON Commentators
Producer BOB DUNCAN
3.50-6.10 News and Weather Regional News and Weather followed by Racing and Cricket Glorious Goodwood coverage continues
4.5 The Gordon Stakes (llm) Love the Groom has been earmarked for this valuable race by local trainer JOHN DUNLOP.
Cricket: Fourth Test
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan TONY LEWIS introduces further coverage of this afternoon's play.
From: Jonathan King
Subject: world's fastest rock show
To: Jenny Powell and Tony Baker
Message starts: cross the Irish Sea and rendezvous with Northern Ireland
Presenters Andy Laverty and Campbell Boyd.
Proceed to the Bushmills whiskey distillery. Visit
Portrush, Carrick-a-Rede, Ballygobackwards and, of course, the Bushmills whiskey distillery. Film craftsmen making fiddles in Carnlough, crystal in Tyrone and especially whiskey in Bushmills. Find out how to hurl, what 'R' plates are, what caused the Giant's
Causeway and how many
No Limits powerplays fit into 40 minutes. Message ends. PS Go back to Bushmills for Tony!
Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC North West
Presented by Debbie Greenwood and Paul Coia
How can egg white stop Prying eyes? What have mint balls, a piggy bank and worry beads got in common? Why give a party at the crack of dawn? Find out the answers Plus tricks and handy hints galore in this new series which takes the lid off trade secrets. With celebrity tips from Russell Grant and Claire Rayner
Based on an idea by JACK DOUGLAS and LANCE PERCIVAL Produced by CECIL KORER , JOHN ROONEY BBC North West
If you have any hints or tips Please send them to:
[address removed] For fact sheets send a large sae to the same address.
The third of six programmes about the RSPCA
Us English Are Animal Lovers Sid Jenkins is called to a house where the condition of a dog is causing concern to neighbours. It takes two days for Sid to trace the occupant of the house, who denies ever having owned a dog. After a lengthy confrontation during which Sid calls in the police, the owner admits to
'disposing' of the animal. But where has it gone and can Sid save its life?
Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer PAUL BERRIFF (R)
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Presented by Chris Kelly Can you recognise six different types of herb, and say how you'd use them; or make a decorative melon-basket dessert in less than 90 seconds? Could you identify two sparkling drinks, and two pink drinks ideal for the summer, just by sniffing and tasting them; or devise two dishes based on cold pasta, and prepare them in under two minutes? These are just some of the challenges which Chris Kelly sets the teams. Doing battle are resident cooks Michael Barry and Michael Smith drinks' experts Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke with special guests actress Nerys Hughes and actor Daniel Hill
What year did Prohibition end in the United States? (Answer below)
Producer JEREMY MILLS
Series producer PETER BAZALGETTE
For fact sheet send cheque or postal order for SOp (payable to BSS) to:
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A year ago the Japanese company Komatsu moved into an empty factory just south of Newcastle. Their aim was to bring the Japanese work ethic to Britain. This series of three programmes looks at the challenges facing British and Japanese workers and management in the first difficult year of the factory. 2: Bulldozers
Two managers, one British and one Japanese, are appointed to buy the parts for the assembly line. Each has to learn about the other's culture, priorities and ways of working. A harmonious relationship, or a clash of cultures?
Reporter Jackie Spreckley Film cameraman CHRIS FRYMAN Film editor GORDON HOWE Producer DEBBIE CHRISTIE Editor COLIN CAMERON
A Brass Tacks production BBC North West
Margaret Sheridan An alien spaceship crashes in the Arctic wastes and an army unit attempts to save the craft before it sinks beneath the surface. All they save is an eight-foot high creature. In captivity 'The Thing' is found to live on blood.
It is also seemingly indestructible and ready to take over the world. This classic fantasy remains one of the most exciting thrillers in the history of movies.
Screenplay by CHARLES LEDERER Based on a story by JOHN W. CAMPBELL JR
Produced by HOWARD HAWKS Directed by CHRISTIAN NYBY
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World events analysed by Peter Snow
Donald MacCormick and Adam Raphael with political and economic reports from Vincent Hanna Will Hutton and Nick Clarke
The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from
Edgbaston RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the day's play. Producer KEITH MACKENZIE
Physics: Special Relativity
Particles created high up in the earth's atmosphere, which travel close to the ultimate velocity of light, apparently live at least three times longer than if they were at rest in the laboratory.
Producer TONY JOLLY (R)